Expecting things to fail unless you *know* they’ll succeed
5 Oct, 2020

If there’s one thing I’ve learned as an entrepreneur, it’s that the “I’m not sure if it’ll happen” feeling is a 100% certain sign that it won’t happen. And being frustrated about that isn’t worth the energy.

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